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Lowdon slams anti-cost cap teams

Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon has said claims from teams that it would be too hard to enforce a cost cap in F1 are “absolute rubbish”. FIA president Jean Todt said in Bahrain that the proposed cost cap for the sport was no longer set to happen because the six teams on the Strategy Group – Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren, Lotus and Williams – were now opposed to the idea. As a result, the remaining teams except Toro Rosso wrote to Todt expressing concern over the development and the overall governance of the sport. Lowdon says there are a number of other global sports which have proven there are ways of successfully introducing financial rules to help safeguard the...
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